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Another electric car manufacturer has joined the NACS switch, with Subaru adopting NACS charging connectors starting in 2025.
One of the largest public fast-charging networks in the US has a huge announcement, as EVgo introduces prefabricated DC fast chargers for easier installation.
According to Rivian EV owners, the manufacturer recently sent them an email, revealing that the Rivian Adventure Network (RAN) will no longer be free to use. Charging fees will be introduced in November 2023.
According to a map showing new EV charger investments by the U.S. DOE, more than $500 million has been invested in American EV-related factories since 2021.
Tesla fast chargers will be deployed on an independent EV charging network for the first time ever, as BP orders $100 million worth of Tesla DC chargers.
By now, it’s probably not surprising to hear about Toyota and Lexus confirming a switch to NACS charging connectors, joining many other carmakers in North America.
Yet another automotive group is joining the charging shift in North America, with the BMW Group to adopt the NACS in 2025 for its all-electric vehicles.
Huber+Suhner announced the Radox HPC NACS, a new product aimed at North America, where the EV industry is switching from CCS1 to the NACS charging connector.
Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis have announced the adoption of NACS charging ports for their all-electric vehicles in North America, adding to a growing list.
One of the largest EV fast-charging providers in the US has announced significant enhancement progress as EVgo ReNews its DC fast-charging network.